- Civil Litigation
- Conveyancing (Commercial and Residential)
- Family Law
- Immigration Law
- Personal Injury Claims
- Criminal Law
- Wills, Probate, Trust and Administration
- Business & Commercial
From 6 December 2018, SRA ("The Regulator") transparency rules mean we must display prices and service information if we publish that we work in any of the following areas:
Motoring offences (summary offences)
Immigration (excluding asylum)
Employment tribunals (unfair/wrongful dismissal)
Debt recovery (up to £100,000)
Licensing applications (business premises)
As per guidelines from SRA Price and service information must be presented in a clear and easy to understand format as follows:
We must also:
- Provide a total cost, if this is not possible provide an average or range of costs.
- Explain the basis of our charges, including any
hourly rate or fixed fees.
- Highlight likely disbursements, and their costs.
- Be Clear on whether VAT is included.
- For conditional or damages-based fees.
- An explanation when clients may have to make payments.
For service information, we must:
- Explain what services are included for the quoted price.
- Highlight any services not included within the price, which a client may reasonably expect to be
- Inform on key stages and typical timescales of these.
- Publish the qualifications and experience of anyone carrying out the work and of their supervisors.
- We must have the above information available upon request in our client care brochure.
Please ask for:
Our client care brochure which is an important document. This brochure explains the basis on which we will carry out the legal work necessary for your matters and please make sure that all the above-mentioned guidelines by SRA who are our regulators have been fulfilled. We will also take our customers' views as feedback to improve our services.